Simple design using vue-qrcode-reader.
@reath I think you’re missing map-options:
It enables you to create a SPA or PWA application for reading, without relying on the cordova.
I used QuaggaJS as a library.
I wrote an article on how to implement OAuth2 with social networks using a library called Hello.js
The article is in pt-br
I am providing another sample application.
This time, using Web APIs, grouped in a single project.
The purpose is to generate a knowledge base for new developers.
There is a lot of work ahead, a lot of study and testing is needed. Browser compatibility is totally different.
However the focus is to look for alternatives to cordova plugins, facilitating the implementation of PWA’s as well.
As there is little material in Portuguese (pt-BR), I am using Portuguese as the native language of the application.
I made an example repository of integration between Quasar V1 and Apex Charts.
Integration is extremely easy.
There is a good range of graphics, and responsiveness is great too
we use the npm packages:
Here are some prints:
Follow github with the example project:
The answer you find here: https://quasar.dev/vue-components/select#Example--Custom-label%2C-value-and-disable-props
You can change the label type and value using:
Also be sure to add:
<q-select filled v-model="model" use-input multiple map-options emit-value option-value="id" option-label="name" use-chips stack-label input-debounce="0" label="Simple filter" :options="options" @filter="filterFn" style="width: 250px" >
Design a SPA developed with Quasar Framework + Speech API to capture audio and transform into text, or use text as the basis for the application to output audio.
Well, for browsers I don’t think there is a solution. Unless you force iphone users to use chrome for this.
You have the alternative of generating hybrid apps with corva and using the TTS plugin:
how is your BASE_URL code in quasar.conf.js?